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Portuguese translation: mirar longe ao dirigir

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English term or phrase:AIM HIGH IN STEERING
Portuguese translation:mirar longe ao dirigir
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22:58 Mar 13, 2007
English to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: AIM HIGH IN STEERING
"One of the most important 5 seeing habits is AIM HIGH IN STEERING."
Paulo
mirar longe ao dirigir
Explanation:
UPS Community: Safety: Safe Driving TipsAim High In Steering: Look as far down the road as possible to uncover important traffic information to make appropriate decisions. ...
www.community.ups.com/safety/safe.html

School Bus Drivers Aim High in Steering The average driver looks only 3 to 6 seconds ahead. -This leads to tailgating, last second lane changes, and excessive backing. ...
www.geocities.com/blondeeee9/

Defensive Safety: Smith Had it RightHarold Smith and Ford Motor Co. developed this system of five rules: 1) aim high in steering; 2) keep your eyes moving; 3) get the big picture; ...
rockproducts.com/mag/rock_defensive_safety_smith/ -

UPS may deliver on making police safer drivers Aim high in steering -- a driver should keep his eyes down the road. Get the big picture -- assess the background. Keep your eyes moving -- regularly check ...
seattlepi.nwsource.com/jamieson/67893_robert25.shtml

Results 1 - 30 of about 509 for "AIM HIGH IN STEERING".

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Note added at 9 hrs (2007-03-14 08:06:12 GMT)
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Five Seeing Habits:

Aim High In Steering: Look as far down the road as possible to uncover important traffic information to make appropriate decisions.

Get The Big Picture: Maintain the proper following distance so you can comfortably determine the true hazards around your vehicle. Don't tailgate others.

Keep Your Eyes Moving: Scan - don't stare. Constantly shift you eyes while driving. Active eyes keep up with changing traffic conditions.

Leave Yourself An Out: Be prepared. Surround your vehicle with space in front and at least on one side to escape conflict.

Make Sure They See You: Communicate in traffic with your horn, lights and signals to establish eye contact with motorists and pedestrians. Be reasonably sure of people's intentions.
http://www.community.ups.com/safety/safe.html
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airmailrpl
Brazil
Local time: 00:44
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Obrigado por sua ajuda e peço desculpas pela demora em responder.
Paulo
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5mirar longe ao dirigir
airmailrpl


  

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aim high in steering
mirar longe ao dirigir


Explanation:
UPS Community: Safety: Safe Driving TipsAim High In Steering: Look as far down the road as possible to uncover important traffic information to make appropriate decisions. ...
www.community.ups.com/safety/safe.html

School Bus Drivers Aim High in Steering The average driver looks only 3 to 6 seconds ahead. -This leads to tailgating, last second lane changes, and excessive backing. ...
www.geocities.com/blondeeee9/

Defensive Safety: Smith Had it RightHarold Smith and Ford Motor Co. developed this system of five rules: 1) aim high in steering; 2) keep your eyes moving; 3) get the big picture; ...
rockproducts.com/mag/rock_defensive_safety_smith/ -

UPS may deliver on making police safer drivers Aim high in steering -- a driver should keep his eyes down the road. Get the big picture -- assess the background. Keep your eyes moving -- regularly check ...
seattlepi.nwsource.com/jamieson/67893_robert25.shtml

Results 1 - 30 of about 509 for "AIM HIGH IN STEERING".

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Note added at 9 hrs (2007-03-14 08:06:12 GMT)
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Five Seeing Habits:

Aim High In Steering: Look as far down the road as possible to uncover important traffic information to make appropriate decisions.

Get The Big Picture: Maintain the proper following distance so you can comfortably determine the true hazards around your vehicle. Don't tailgate others.

Keep Your Eyes Moving: Scan - don't stare. Constantly shift you eyes while driving. Active eyes keep up with changing traffic conditions.

Leave Yourself An Out: Be prepared. Surround your vehicle with space in front and at least on one side to escape conflict.

Make Sure They See You: Communicate in traffic with your horn, lights and signals to establish eye contact with motorists and pedestrians. Be reasonably sure of people's intentions.
http://www.community.ups.com/safety/safe.html


airmailrpl
Brazil
Local time: 00:44
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in category: 72
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Obrigado por sua ajuda e peço desculpas pela demora em responder.
Paulo
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